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Tuesday, September 6, 2011
- CIOs sell enterprise desktop virtualization with mobility
Enterprise desktop virtualization is getting a boost from iPad-wielding execs -- and all the other mobile warriors. Success is knowing user needs.
- A CIO's desktop virtualization journey and fallback plan
CIO Maytee Aspuro turned to desktop virtualization for a mobile field staff, and set the stage for a government agency migration to virtual desktops.
- Securitybyte 2011 v2.0 Day 1: Photo feature
The second edition of Securitybyte 2011 is being held from September 6 ? 9, 2011 in Bangalore. Vignettes from Day 1 of the international infosec conference.
- Oracle Exalogic experts weigh-in on its potential
Three Oracle experts - Rich Niemiec, Raymond Payne and Ian Abramson - weigh-in on Oracle Exalogic, the company's so-called "cloud in a box."
- Catalyst 6500 Supervisor 2T may not be your upgrade answer
When Cisco realized customers might not be ready for the Nexus line, it launched the Catalyst 6500 Supervisor 2T upgrade. But why not go with the Nexus 7009?
- Sony appoints former Homeland Security official as CISO
Recovering from a massive, high-profile breach of its systems, Sony Corp. is looking to Philip Reitinger to lead its security initiatives.
- New Java 7 features improve security
New features in Java 7 aim at bolstering security by switching off weaker encryption schemes.
- Customer experience management gives Dell, AmEx an edge
See how American Express and Dell turned around their customer satisfaction ratings by applying customer experience management (CEM) principles.
- Oracle?s not alone on poor heterogeneous stack support
Oracle says it won?t support multi-vendor stacks unless the problem originates with Oracle, but Microsoft, IBM don?t cover themselves in glory either.
- IT pros get System Center-like features with revised Windows Intune
Microsoft's cloud-based desktop management console Windows Intune will be generally available next month with new features for IT shops without Systems Center.
- DigiNotar CA breach widens, Microsoft, Dutch government take action
A report prepared by the IT security firm conducting an audit of the DigiNotar network, found serious lapses in security and more than two dozen compromised CA servers.